Konkona Sen Sharma

Konkona Sen Sharma

Konkona Sen Sharma (conceived 3 December 1979) is an Indian performer, author, and chief. She has gotten two National Film Awards and four

Filmfare Awards. The little girl of filmmaker– on-screen character Aparna Sen, Konkona shows up basically in Indian arthouse and free movies, and

her accomplishments in the class have set up her as one of the main performers of contemporary parallel silver screen.

Making her introduction as a tyke craftsman in the film Indira (1983), Sharma appeared as a grown-up in the Bengali spine chiller Ek Je Aachhe Kanya (2000).

She initially picked up consideration with the English-dialect film Mr. furthermore, Mrs. Iyer (2002), which was coordinated by her mom, and got the

National Film Award for Best Actress for her execution in the film. Her appearance in the show Page 3 (2005) got her more extensive acknowledgment

from groups of onlookers, and she has since featured in various movies, the greater part of which have collected her basic acclaim instead of business

victory. She won two continuous Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Awards for her exhibitions in Omkara (2006) and Life in a… Metro

(2007), separately. Her execution in the previous won her a moment National Award under the Best Supporting Actress class. She was

the principal beneficiary of the Best Actress grant at the Filmfare Awards East for her work in the Bengali film Goynar Baksho (2014). In 2017, her

directorial make a big appearance movie A Death in the Gunj was discharged and she won the Filmfare Award for Best Debut Director. She likewise featured in the

widely praised Lipstick Under My Burkha around the same time which won her various worldwide honors.

Early life

Sen Sharma was conceived on 3 December 1979 to Mukul Sharma (a science author and columnist) and Aparna Sen (an on-screen character and movie chief).

She has a senior sister, Kamalini Chatterjee. Sen Sharma’s maternal granddad, Chidananda Dasgupta, was a film faultfinder, researcher,

teacher, essayist and one of the fellow benefactors of the Calcutta Film Society. Her grandma Supriya Dasgupta was a cousin of unbelievable

current Bengali writer Jibanananda Das.

Sen Sharma has a degree in English from St Stephen’s College, Delhi, which she got in 2001. She was an understudy of the Modern High

School for Girls, Calcutta, and additionally the Calcutta International School.


Sen Sharma made her introduction as a youngster craftsman in the Bengali film Indira (1983). In 2000, she made her grown-up make a big appearance in the Bengali film Ek Je

Aachhe Kanya, in which she played a negative character. It was trailed by a part in Rituparno Ghosh’s acclaimed film Titli, inverse Mithun

Chakraborty and her mom Aparna Sen.

In 2001, she featured in the English-dialect film Mr. also, Mrs. Iyer, coordinated by Aparna Sen. The film performed well for the most part in multiplexes

also, was a noteworthy basic achievement. Sen Sharma’s execution as a Tamil housewife and her authority of the complement were gotten well and

she was granted the National Film Award for Best Actress. Her execution was later incorporated into the 2010 issue of the “Best 80 Iconic

Exhibitions” by Filmfare.

“What’s uncommon about her execution as Meenakshi Iyer isn’t the exertion she put into it as much as its obvious absence. Be it her

quarreling with the urbane picture taker Jehangir Chaudhary or her delicately denouncing him about how her name is articulated (It’s Mee-

naa-kshi not Minakshi) or notwithstanding when she is shouting at her baby, you trust it’s Meenakshi you’ve met. What’s more, in that lies the way to her

famous execution.”

— Filmfare on Sen Sharma’s execution in Mr. what’s more, Mrs. Iyer (2002)

This was trailed by the National Film Award-winning social film, Page 3 (2005).Her part of a savvy writer drew acclaim and she turned into a

more commonplace face to the motion picture opening up to the world.

Sen Sharma was offered the lead part in Mira Nair’s Hollywood film, The Namesake (2007), yet attributable to conflicting dates with different movies, she

couldn’t focus on the task. In any case, she tailed it with acclaimed exhibitions as a rationally sick lady in 15 Park Avenue (2005) and

as a middle age town lady in Omkara (2006). For the last mentioned, she got both the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award and the

National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her next discharge Deadline: Sirf 24 Ghante (2006) got normal surveys. In 2006, Sen

Sharma made her directorial make a big appearance with a 18-minute Bengali short movie titled Naamkoron (Naming Ceremony) for the Kala Ghoda Film


Following this, Sen Sharma acted in Dosar, a Bengali craftsmanship film by Rituporno Ghosh which was debuted at a few worldwide film celebrations.

She won the Best Actress grant at Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council (MIAAC) Film Festival for her execution.

Her first arrival of 2007 was her second coordinated effort with Madhur Bhandarkar, a noir film named Traffic Signal, in which she played a road

prostitute. Soon thereafter, she showed up in Anurag Basu’s Life in a… Metro. The film opened to positive surveys and performed well at the

Indian film industry. Metro portrayed the lives of various people in Mumbai, and Sen Sharma’s execution as a youthful and shaky

lady earned her a moment Filmfare Award.

In late 2007, Sen Sharma acted in two motion pictures under the Yash Raj Films standard. She noticed her energy toward these two ventures as

these were the main movies in which she needed to lip-match up for tunes. In the first, Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, a show coordinated by Pradeep

Sarkar, she depicted the character of a Banaras residential area young lady, Chutki, nearby Rani Mukerji. The film was a basic and

business disappointment in India, despite the fact that her execution was gotten well. The second one was Aaja Nachle, which was broadly advanced

as the rebound film of Madhuri Dixit. The film did not do well. Rajeev Masand from CNN-IBN noticed her execution in the film as being

“…nothing shy of phenomenal. Her most noteworthy quality is that she isn’t anxious about making a trick of herself and she doesn’t stress over being

chuckled at. Thus, her execution in Aaja Nachle is bold and uninhibited.”

In 2008, Sen Sharma featured in Dil Kabaddi. She featured in a short movie (How Can It Be?) coordinated by Mira Nair for a motion picture venture called 8,

which was screened at a few film celebrations in 2008 preceding having a showy discharge.

In 2009, she showed up in the low-spending English-dialect movie The President Is Coming, coordinated by Kunaal Roy Kapur. The film opened to

by and large positive surveys. Audits were positively coordinated toward her. Nikhat Kazmi from The Times of India stated, “Execution astute, it’s

the tense and complex-ridden Ms Konkona who leaves with shrubs and giggles even as the film takes a solid snigger at the desi


Sen Sharma next featured in Zoya Akhtar’s Luck by Chance, inverse Farhan Akhtar. Upon discharge, the film met with exceedingly positive audits

from faultfinders, as did her execution, however its money related salary was unobtrusive. Sen Sharma’s most recent 2009 discharge was Ayan Mukerjee’s sentimental

satire Wake Up Sid in which she featured nearby Ranbir Kapoor. Upon discharge, the film got generally positive audits, and her

execution got rave audits. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama expressed, “Konkona is normal deeply and the best part is, she’s

so easy. Here’s another triumphant execution from this fantastic performerThe New York Times stated, “Ms. Sharma has made a

claim to fame of characters like Aisha: autonomous urban ladies, whose fantasies include vocations and love. Her Aisha is a nuanced

creation — goal-oriented, thoughtful, conceivable — and Mr. Mukerji, making his coordinating presentation, is on the whole correct to let her flee with the film.”

In 2010, Sen Sharma featured in Ashwani Dheer’s comic drama Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge inverse Ajay Devgan and Paresh Rawal. what’s more, Neeraj

Pathak’s Right Yaa Wrong where she played an attorney. She has finished shooting for Rituparno Ghosh’s drama film Sunglass and Vinay

Shukla’s Mirch.

In 2011, Sen Sharma assumed the main part in Aparna Sen’s Iti Mrinalini, supposedly a semi-personal movie coordinated by the acclaimed

Indian chief Aparna Sen, additionally Konkona’s mom. She will likewise show up in Amitabh Verma’s Jackpot inverse Ranvir Shorey, in Suman

Mukherjee’s adjustment of Shesher Kobita[30] and Goutam Ghose’s Shunyo Awnko.

In 2013, Sen Sharma featured in Balaji Telefilms’ Ek Thi Daayan, coordinated by newcomer Kannan Iyer and delivered by Vishal Bhardwaj and

Ekta Kapoor. The motion picture likewise stars Emraan Hashmi, Kalki Koechlin and Huma Qureshi,and the film itself is enlivened by the short story composed

by her dad Mukul Sharma. She has likewise assumed a lead part in Aparna Sen’s Goynar Baksho.

In 2015, Sharma featured in the Bengali film Kadombori as Tagore’s sister-in-law and furthermore played Lakshmi Das, the spouse of Gour Hari Das – an

Odisha opportunity warrior who put in 32 years endeavoring to persuade the administration of his patriotism. In October, she played a character

in light of Nupur Talwar in Vishal Bhardwaj’s film Talvar with respect to the 2008 Noida Double Murder case. The film debuted at the Toronto

Film Festival to broad basic recognition for Sharma and her co-stars Irrfan Khan and Neeraj Kabi, and furthermore turned into a sleeper hit in India. In

that year she assumed the part of nayantara in a short film ‘Nayantara’s accessory’

In 2016, Sharma is taking a shot at A.R. Murgadoss’ film entitled Akira, where she will play a cop close by Sonakshi Sinha.

In 2017 her directorial make a big appearance ‘A passing in the Gunj’ discharged (2 June 2017) which featured Vikrant Massey, Kalki Koechlin in critical parts. The

movie was widely praised and won her the best executive honor in the New York Indian film celebration and furthermore in the MAMI film celebration. In

July, her hotly anticipated Lipstick under my burkha discharged, coordinated by Alankrita Sr